I have about 10 active WC and about 20 which are not used (does not
have changes). TSVN is one of them with translation work. Would work
1. create temp folder and make fresh check out
2. export actual WC to it, or use xcopy
3. delete old WC folder
4. rename temp folder to WC name
If this can be done with one version (or needs old version too to
export, and getting some info) it can be done with simple batch.
What do you think?
On 2010-09-10 21:38, Stefan Küng wrote:
> In case you're frequently using our nightly builds, here's some
> important information:
> The format of the working copy now uses only a single database at the
> root of the working copy. Previously, every folder in a working copy had
> its own .svn folder, but that now changed.
> If you used nightly builds before, you may already have converted your
> working copies to a format that uses a database instead of flat files to
> store the wc info. If you're still using an 1.6.x client, then you can
> simply upgrade your working copies with the command from the TSVN
> context menu.
> If however you already did that with an earlier nightly build, you now
> must either use a python script to upgrade your working copy to the
> latest format, or (what I recommend) do a fresh checkout of your working
> I recommend the fresh checkout because the python script doesn't cover
> all situations and might corrupt your working copy. And it doesn't
> handle svn:externals at all.
> If you want to use the script, it's available here:
> All this only applies if you're using a nightly build. If you're using
> the official releases of TSVN, just ignore this email.
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